Two newly elected members and one re-elected member of the Pulaski Community School District Board of Education will take their seats at the board’s reorganization meeting April 25.
Incumbent Sara Mangold, Pulaski, was re-elected to a three-year term. She represents Zone 5, comprised of the village of Suamico and township of Pittsfield. She was appointed to the board in June 2016 to fill a vacancy for the remainder of that seat’s term. She has served as board vice president the past year.
Dawn Clark, Hobart, was elected to a three-year term for the district’s at-large seat, currently held by Brian Vanden Heuvel, who had served on the board since 2012 and did not seek re-election.
Jeromy Delebreau, Chase, was elected to a three-year term. He will represent Zone 2, comprised of the townships of Chase, Little Suamico and Morgan. The Zone 2 seat is currently held by Mark Wernicke, who had served on the board since 2003 and did not seek re-election.
Wernicke and Vanden Heuvel were recognized at the board’s April 4 meeting for their many years of service to the Pulaski Community School District, students and the community.